By Lynette Haaland
Dr. David Harris is moving offices to River Place to grow and expand.
Harris, who is board-certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and pain medicine, is part of the Center For Healing And Regenerative Medicine or CHARM at 7307 Creekbluff Dr. 78750.
In mid-August, Harris closed on the new building next to VIK Medical at River Place. Harris, of the Center For Healing And Regenerative Medicine, is taking the top floor of the new, approximate 15,500-square-foot, two story building. The building, which is the mirror image of VIK just flipped, is expected to be ready to move into by the end of the year.
“(Harris) is expanding his successful practice and relocating their headquarters to this building. He wanted to develop a nice building in one of the most prestigious parts of Austin and grow his practice and bring on more doctors,” Johnson said. Harris may be selling, leasing or keeping their current office space.
As of 2014, Harris has performed more than 20,000 interventional spine procedures, and approximately 100,000 regenerative injection procedures.
Harris served as medical director of Spine Austin from 2005 through 2008 before deciding to build a center of excellence based on the concepts of regenerative medicine.
Harris has also served as medical director for St. David’s Rehabilitation Center in Austin and has been an adjunct associate professor at the University of Texas in the Department of Electrical Engineering. He has taught interventional spine techniques including regenerative injection therapy to many physicians nationally and internationally, including physicians from Mexico, India, Croatia, Canada and Argentina.
Harris has also treated many athletes from UT, Baylor University and other Texas universities, and has treated numerous touring musicians.